I purchased these seeds at a seed swap in Berea, KY in 2014 from a gentleman who said that they were the red version of Coyote. Turns out, he was right - they are sweet ½” tiny bright fruits that are terrific for snacking – particularly by kids! Super prolific vines can 10’ to 12’ in length. Plant these in the driest and/or hottest area of your garden (or yard) and let them go. There is no caging these -- trust me. A helpful tip when picking them (if any actually make it into the house), cut the whole sprig from the plant, as opposed to picking them individually. They will last for days this way.
HISTORY: A species variety from the Lakeland, Florida area.
GROWTH HABIT: Indeterminate
LEAF TYPE: Regular
FRUIT CLASS: Currant
FRUIT SHAPE: Cherry
FRUIT SIZE: Small
FRUIT COLOR: Red
ORIGIN: A species found in the Lakeland, Florida area